Just 4 days ago I started on the challenge of creating, launching and marketing 12 WordPress Themes in 12 months. I’ve also committed to blogging every step of the way. At the end of each week I’ll send out a round-up of the weeks development to the mailing list. If you’ve not signed up yet you can sign up below.
But, with something as grand as this, I wanted to create a landing page for the project. So I’ve done so at the link here.
Why create a project landing page?
Having the project page lets me keep a central, share-able page for the project. Sharing the link to the blog isn’t as appealing. I also like the layout of my project landing page and how I’ve set it up to be able to showcase each theme as it’s been developed. Here’s my list of why I wanted a particular landing page for the project, and why it’s over on http://epicthemes.com and not here
- I can keep it up to date easier and it’s super easy for you to follow the progress
- I can stick on email capture forms in super obvious locations for you to be able to follow along with the progress
- I can add extra parts to the landing page easily – like any future offers when it comes to releasing some of the premium themes
I’ve settled on the idea for the first theme. Which I’ll write about in the next blog post due out on Sunday.
P.S My first eBook is now available. It’s about how I got started, and how you can too. Find out more here.